You should have heard back about your property taxes from Larimer County by now.
If you protested and received a reduction in your assessment, congrats! I would love it if you contacted me with your experience–what is was assessed at and what you thought it should be assessed at–and the result.
If you did not receive a reduction after protesting, I need that information, too. You can appeal that decision but you only have until July 15. Call me if you need help.
So far, the agents at ROOTS Real Estate have had good success with almost all their clients’ property tax protests. I’ve heard from 9 out 12 clients and all have had a reduction in their property assessments.
The tax assessor, Bob Overbeck, has said the county has decided to not do a review of the entire process. The County adjusted 67% of protests in 2019 and 64% in 2017.
And just another reminder that if you are applying for a Senior Tax Exemption status this year, your deadline is also July 15. You must have lived in your property for at least 10 years and be over 65.